My name is Nathan, and I came down to Belize with hopes of receiving a medical education on a beautiful island. The US office and website said the school was "state of the art" with caring professors and a great learning environment. Well, three days went by before any professors showed up for class. The school is unfinished. Their "library" consists of old textbooks donated by previous students. Their "computer lab" consists of two working computers. There is no administration at the school. No one returns calls from the US office. They have not secured TERI loans for their students. When speaking with faculty, they told me that the incoming class was around fifteen students. I thought that this would be great; small classes, more individualized attention. Wrong! Nine students never showed up, and neither did the professors. The entire student body here is less than 10 students! I also came to find out that the professors went on strike last semester because they were not being paid. Our first day on campus this semester, two investors showed up saying that the owed them over one million dollars and have not paid them back. I heard stories of the same things happening before, with people coming and locking all of the doors at the school. If you want to waste your time and money, then come to Belize. If you want a truly great medical experience, try St. George's or AUC. Good luck!